If I could say anything to you...
First I would ask if you have asked Jesus to live within your heart with the assurance of eternal life because if I care about you, I want us to spend eternity together!
Next, I would ask you to put down your phone and pick up a good camera; not expensive, but good. I consider the pictures of historical value that tell generational stories, that may or may not exist for generations to come. In my experience, there is no comparison between a mobile phone picture and a camera (point and shoot or DSLR) picture when used for any purpose outside of the original formatted viewing. It doesn't matter if you use your phone vs. a camera (point and shoot or DSLR) as much as it matters that what we take is stored properly. Some people have thousands & thousands of pictures on their phones that will go away in time via the loss of the phone or improper storage. Yes, pictures may be transferred from one phone to another phone, but I wonder about their quality. I'm no expert on cameras, photography, etc. but I do hope that the pictures we take are being saved somewhere outside of our phone (or camera) for longevity. Tell us how you manage your photos for the long haul.
Our grandgirls love creating fun overlays with a phone ap. It is always a surprise what I find on my phone after visits.
Fresh Find: How about this shirt!